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<br />Good intro to understanding HSP

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Reviewed: 2020-04-20

There were times when it felt like the authour was droning on but if you take the time and listen there are points when you find some very useful nuggets of information. To be honest it felt at times being an HSP sounded pretentious and very high maintenance but that may be the case for people who are very highly sensitive. There were times when I agreed with the story and point that was made. I'd like to re-read this book in digital format to go over anything I might of missed. This sort of audio book you must pay full attention to because it's easy to miss out on a lot points being made.

Very illuminating

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Reviewed: 2019-12-05

I had many ah ha moments and realizations listening to this book. This goes in hand with my own spiritual journey and healing path I'm on. I recommend this book to anyone that is trying to understand shadow work. It is an introduction to working with unrealized habits holding you back.

Best old school advice.

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Reviewed: 2019-10-30

Jim Rohn has a great ability of telling stories that you may have heard from your parent, or grandparent. It's old timely advice but he strings together everything in a way that makes you feel and understand those messages you have missed growing up. This by far is one of the best self help books I've ever read. I gifted it to one of my close friends and wouid recommended it if you are considering of buying it.

Short stories with insight.

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Reviewed: 2019-07-07

I liked Russell Brand from his movies and TV show appearances. It was afterward I learned he turned to spirituality. It was easy to brush him off as a hack but after listening to his podcast I realized he had real depth and things to teach. He gets into it with this book and it reads as a series of short stories for each mentor he encounters. The thing that sets him apart from other spiritual teachers is that he infuses his comedic flare into his points and it really helps drive home points. I always believe that comedy is the key to reaching out to people. It holds truth and can instantly connects people with a good laugh.

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Interesting insight

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Reviewed: 2019-06-18

I've never read Rich Dad Poor Dad but I understood the message he was getting across. The old fashion way of going to school, getting a degree, and landing a high paying job days is ancient history. If you really want to be very wealthy. Being an entrepreneur is the way to go. He doesn't dress it up and uses layman terms to explain his points. My issue is when he talks about rich dad and lessons he learned as a child, which according to internet sources is made up fiction. Regardless the message still holds weight. Like all things we are a changing society and with it the gap between the rich and the poor. He talks about what sets the two apart. It makes sense. I'd like to continue reading more books on personal finance and will continue to educate myself. This is not a book that explains how to get from a to z but just breaks down in layman terms what really drives the economy. 8/10.